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CNN
Jun 23, 2013 9:00am PDT
quote the country for three years now saying the obama administration has been using secret law to engage in domestic spying that would stun the american people and yet they were prevented even members of the senate intelligence committee were prevented from
KCSMMHZ
Jun 19, 2013 2:30pm PDT
at berlin's brandenburg gate, u.s. president barack obama renews calls for a reduction of nuclear arms. >> four u.s. soldiers were killed airing a telegram -- taliban attack on the bob graham air base in afghanistan. -- the bahgram airbase in afghanistan. >> thanks for being with us. president barack obama has delivered a highly anticipated beach at berlin's random burgh gate. the address through heavily on history and also drew a number of rowing concerns that have tainted obama's image among germans. >> among them, the prison surveillance program and the expansion of the drone wars under the obama administration. the iconic vandenberg gate -- brandenburg gate has seen previous speeches by john f. kennedy and ronald reagan that made new policy commitments. the centerpiece of obama's speech was an announcement for a renewed push for nuclear arms reduction. >> the sun blazed down as the crowd waited for the president and chancellor. barack obama followed in the footsteps of previous u.s. leaders setting out foreign- policy visions, but first, he shed his jacket. >> we can be a litt
MSNBC
Jun 23, 2013 11:00am PDT
quote the obama administration is trying to criminalize journalism by going through the phone records of a.p. reporters, and co-conspirators in felonies in working with sources, that means every journalist in the united states who works with their sources, receives classified information is a criminal. it's precisely those theories
FOX News
Jun 18, 2013 1:00am PDT
o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. does the obama administration really want to solve all the controversies in washington? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the answer seems to be no. the obama administration does not want to tell us, we the people what happened in benghazi libya. how the irs got so far out of control, and what exactly the feds are doing snooping around private communications. we are being stonewalled. here is some facts to support my assertion. director of national intelligence james clapper mislead us when he said this on march 12th. >> does the nsa collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of americans? >> no, sir. >> it does not? >> not witnessingly. >> i was asked when are you going to stop beating your wife kind of question which is meaning not answerable necessarily by a simple yes or no. so, i responded in what i thought was the most truthful or least untruthful manner by saying no. >> the least untruthful manner, mr. clapper? is that what you think your duty is to tell us the least untruth? clapper kn
FOX News
Jun 16, 2013 7:00am PDT
republican senator lindsey graham urged president obama to enforce a no fly zone over syria. >> last year a 15ds was isolated. he had very few friends. >>> peter live from washington. thank you, peter. >> with the report that iran is sending 4,000 revolutionary guards to fight for assad and syria and with regime gains against the rebels does the obama administration plan to send those small arms. some wonder today why did it take so long. as peter said, tomorrow the president looks with a major assad supporter, president putin in ireland. what can be accomplished at that meeting if anything? former u.s. ambassador, senior fellow and fox news contributor john bolton joins us every morning. >> good morning. >> good to see you as always. first, let's start with the new obama policy. is it in the nick of time or too little too late? >> i think it's actually evidence of the continuing disarray of the obama policy. i think any serious military observer will tell you that this contribution that obama's now prepared to make will not make any significant military difference and, in fact, it l
Current
Jun 18, 2013 3:00pm PDT
government surveillance thwarting terrorism are worth the costs of our privacy. president obama gave an interview on pbs with charlie rose. >> obama: even though we have all of these systems of checks and balances congress is overseeing it, federal courts are overseeing it, despite all of that the public may not fully know, and that can make the public nervous. i have asked the intelligence community to see how much we can declassify without further compromising the program. >> charlie rose did an exceptional job in that interview with the president. but there are still lingering questions. today nsa director keith alexander followed this line of inquiry and defended his agency's tactics. >> in recent years these programs together with other intelligence have protected the u.s. and our allies from terrorist threats across the globe to include helping prevent the terrorist -- the potential terrorist events over 50 times since 9/11. >> michael: one of those nsa success stories name dropped throughout the hearing was this man. he was a post 9/11 terrorist who plotted with two friends to de
FOX News
Jun 17, 2013 3:00pm EDT
barack obama meeting with russian prime minister vladimir putin. we're expecting new videotape of the meeting minutes from now. plus, a guy who says he caught vandals red-handed making a mess of this home. but why is he the guy who is facing jail time after he tried to stop them. all ahead unless breaking news changes everything on "studio b." >> we begin this hour with the computer technician who says he leaked top secret documents on our government's phone and surveillance program. he is speaking out again, in a live online chat hosted by the guardian newspaper. edward snowden says the truth will come out even if he is thrown in jail or killed. snowden says he felt compelled to leak details about the nsa program because president obama broke a bunch of campaign promises to end certain programs and instead, quote, expanded self abusive programs. the news about the nsa's collection of millions of telephone and internet records has led to weeks of furious debate over government spying, defenders say the programs approved by congress after 9/11 protect americans. former vice-president d
CSPAN
Jun 22, 2013 11:30pm EDT
how obama came to wield the power in covert government forces carried out the killing in with these secret operations mean for in our democracy. he is the best selling author of blackwater and twice won the coveted award for reporting and the national security correspondent for the nation magazine. he is also a bright teen fellow from afghanistan and iraq and somalia and the former yugoslavia and the screenwriter and voice of the word winning documentary "dirty wars" the world is a battlefield" which comes out in philadelphia on june june 21st and anticipation we will run the trailer of the event right now. and i mean movie. [laughter] >> i got a strange phone call someone wasn't reaching out close to the heart of the in the force spee there are hundreds of covert operations. multiple causes. >> it is hard to say when the story began. this was supposed to be the front line of the war on tear. but i knew i was missing the story. there was another war hidden in the shadows. a nightmare. >> the two men in the guest house were the first people killed? use of u.s. forces take the bullets
LINKTV
Jun 18, 2013 3:00pm PDT
obama meanwhile defended his ministrations top- secret domestic spy program during an interview on pbs trolley rose show that aired monday night. obama drew a line between his administration's efforts and those of the bush administration. he also claimed that nsa surveillance is transparent because requests are submitted to the top-secret foreign intelligence surveillance court. >> it is transparent and that is why we set up the fisa court. the whole point of my concern before i was president, because some people say, welcome obama was this raving liberal before and now his dick cheney and sometimes he says, he took a block stock -- my concern has always been not that we should not do intelligence gathering to present -- prevent terrorism, but rather, are we setting up a systems of checks and balances? >> china has issued its most direct response to reports of sweeping online surveillance by the u.s. and foreign ministry spokesperson made the comment on monday. we believe the united states should pay attention to the international community's concerns and demands and give the inter
PBS
Jun 23, 2013 3:00pm PDT
, european -- american citizens, or anybody else. >> president obama's european adventure. >> something as complicated as immigration reform should not be passed without broad support. >> house conservatives crackdown on immigration and get tough on abortion. but the farm bill goes down in flames. and in afghanistan -- a military milestone as the u.s. edges towardtalks with the taliban. >> we remain focused on moving toward negotiation because we feel it is the best path toward a political solution and political reconciliation. >> friday morning's "wall street journal" headline -- turmoil exposes global risk. the wall street journal asks -- have markets become giant crack houses? investors have certainly been acting like junkies lately. "washington close -- post" the u.s. triggers global fears. "new york times" -- global sell-off reaches beyond the u.s.. what triggered this? a comment by ben bernanke. >> we will continue to reduce the pace of purchases in measured steps through the first half of next year, ending purchases around mid-year next year. >> i believe the english translation
LINKTV
Jun 18, 2013 2:00pm PDT
>> u.s. president barack obama has landed in berlin. he is in the german capital to talk with angela merkel. to commemorate the anniversary of his presidential forbear or john f. kennedy's a in west berlin. >> he has brought obama from the g8 summit in northern ireland come to the city with first lady michelle obama and and their two daughters. the highlight of the visit will be a speech in front of the brandenburg gate scheduled for wednesday afternoon. this is his first visit to berlin since his presidency began. he was here as presidential candidate obama back end 2008 and spoke in front front of 200,000 people. >> there is an all out security clampdown in the city to welcome him back. >> bulletproof glass, just one of the security measures in place for the speech at the brandenburg gate. this is for the close relationship between the u.s. and germany. >> the brandenburg gate is a symbol of german unity and, for me, the reunification of germany has always been linked to the help we received from the united states. click 6000 guests have been invited to watch the u.s. presid
FOX News
Jun 18, 2013 2:00pm PDT
five." >>> the obama administration kicks into overdrive to quiet the outcry over its spying agenda. in an interview that aired last night, the president broke his silence of more than a week to discuss the controversy. here he is defending the secret surveillance program. >> if you are a u.s. person, the nsa cannot listen to your telephone calls unless they, and usually it wouldn't be they, it would be the fbi, go to a court and obtain a warrant and seek probable cause, the same way it has always been. nsa is not listening to your phone calls, it is not targeting your e-mails unless it is getting an individualized court order. >> and his nsa director, keith alexander made another appearance on the hill today to double down. >> in recent years these programs together with other intelligence has protected the u.s. and our allies from terrorist threats across the globe, to include helping prevent the potential terrorist events over 50 times since 9/11. these programs are critical to the intelligence community's ability to protect our nation and our allies' security. they assist the in
LINKTV
Jun 19, 2013 2:00pm PDT
question of trust, isn't it? >> how about the trust between merkel and obama? they have the cool off, and then he has the privilege of speaking at the brandenburg gate. >> i think they are both pragmatic politicians, and i do nothing personal chemistry plays probably a very big role in their political decisions -- i do not inc. personal chemistry plays a very big role. angela merkel was visibly quite peaked about a question of, -- a question obama put to her. for the gate itself, he was sitting behind her, and during her speech, which preceded his, she made a little gesture in his direction, and he misunderstood that as meaning that it was his turn to speak, and he started to get up, and it was interesting, the body language, with which she told him to sit down and wait. one could sense that there is not a sort of warmth the between the two that there is between close friends, but as i say, i do not think that has much effect on their political relationship. >> how would you characterize the german-u.s. relationship now after obama's visit? >> i think more or less the same as before the v
FOX News
Jun 21, 2013 3:00pm PDT
the obama economy? this is "special report." good evening, i am chris wallace in for bret baier. investors and traders on wall street are breathing a sigh of relief, thanks to a break from two rough selloff days in the financial markets. chief white house correspondent ed henry reports there's one man that remains on the hot seat, federal reserve chairman ben bernanke. >> reporter: after two days of market melt downs and high anxiety about 401(k)s plunging again, the last thing president obama or his aides wanted to do today was try to decipher the words of the fed chairman, ben bernanke. >> how is the white house sorting out what he said? >> here is what i have to say about the markets and the fed chairman and fed policy. >> reporter: nothing to say. probably smart because the market settled today, with modest gains for the dow and s&p 500 and a small drop for nasdaq, after a two day global selloff for stocks, bonds, and commodities, sparked by a massive credit crunch in china, refusal by communist leaders to intervene by pumping cash into the system, coupled with bernanke's co
KCSMMHZ
Jun 18, 2013 2:30pm PDT
>> u.s. president barack obama has landed in berlin. he is in the german capital to talk with angela merkel. to commemorate the anniversary of his presidential forbear or john f. kennedy's a in west berlin. >> he has brought obama from the g8 summit in northern ireland come to the city with first lady michelle obama and and their two daughters. the highlight of the visit will be a speech in front of the brandenburg gate scheduled for wednesday afternoon. this is his first visit to berlin since his presidency began. he was here as presidential candidate obama back end 2008 and spoke in front front of 200,000 people. >> there is an all out security clampdown in the city to welcome him back. >> bulletproof glass, just one of the security measures in place for the speech at the brandenburg gate. this is for the close relationship between the u.s. and germany. >> the brandenburg gate is a symbol of german unity and, for me, the reunification of germany has always been linked to the help we received from the united states. click 6000 guests have been invited to watch the u.s. presid
FOX News
Jun 19, 2013 7:00pm PDT
irs an absolute outrage. an abuse of power that fits into the pattern of the obama administration of abusing government power and misleading the american people about it. >> the irs investigation should not be handled by eric holder. you don't let the fox guard the henhouse. >> and congressman trey gogr ene gowdey calling the idea ridiculous. >> i don't like the idea of bonuses for judges and attorneys. i don't like irs employees being eligible for anything other than remedial training. >> we go from the sadness of a major actor dying to the most incredible outrage. how in the world does anyone at the irs -- i realize not everybody is involved in the line dancing or the $20,000 in squirt toys or the $50 million in two years' worth of parties. we didn't audit the other years or the targeting of conservative groups, but, still, $70 million in bonuses, how does this happen? >> it happens when you have collective bargaining agreements, and nobody on the table in behalf of the taxpayer, the irs negotiating with employees, and i'm not justifying it. this is how it happened. >> if you kin o
Univision
Jun 16, 2013 11:00pm PDT
el voto final el 4 de julio y luego el presidente barack obama debveríua firmarla para entrar en vigor en 1 año más. >> son las 11 con 8 minutos, a la vbuelta tenemos a los padrees modernos que se quedan en casa cuidando a sus hijos. >> (información en pantalla) pronóstico del tiempo (información en pantalla) . ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ locutor ] universal studio's verano del valor. ♪ >> para el próximo primero de octubre debemos conocer los nuevlos planes de salud, la nueva ,modificacón extiende la cobertura a más personas. >> prevenir enfermedades es el eacta de protección de salud a bajno costo conocida como obama care. >> se ofrecen muchos exámenes preventivos gratuitos,. >> es impiortante mnientras más se prevbengan enfermedades, más se ahoraa en la salud. >> por cada centavo que el estado invierta, el gobierno invierte un dolar. >> parte de los fondos de obama care, 15 millones de dlares, es promover una vida salkudable. >> el nuevo sistema necesita médicos generales para cubrir la demanda. >> los médicos no daremos abasto en todo. >> será mujer,ás tardado, pero l
FOX News
Jun 20, 2013 1:00am PDT
♪ ♪ >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> do you think barack obama should be put on trial for war crimes? >> absolutely. every president in this century should be put on trial. >> the far left running wild with the nsa snooping story and president obama's continuation of the war on terror. but is the left's posture putting all of us in danger? we'll have a special report. a st. louis teacher has been arrested after a classroom confrontation with his students. as we have told you student-teacher violence is becoming a national epidemic. we'll have a follow-up report. >> whoever did it to come into a private citizen's home, whether i'm a journalist or not and look in my family's computer and look in my work computer and go through it like they did. >> you sue their butt off. >> it's outrageous. >> and dennis miller is also outraged that hackers are apparently attacking news reporters. the d-man will be here. >> bill: caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone from the nation's capital. the factor begins right now. >> bill: i'm bill o'reilly reporting tonight from
NBC
Jun 16, 2013 11:00am EDT
stand on the sidelines and watch that. so obama is going into syria. he's got to explain to the country where he wants to go. he's decided to back a moderate syrian rebel general who i've talked to on the phone and a very sensible guy. does he have military power now to beat assad? no. he doesn't. so somehow the u.s. is going to help him build a real opposition army. get some real command and control. and begin to make some headway in this fight. and also push back the extremists who have been doing the bulk of the fighting so far. chris: and the question of sovereignty and american right. who gives us the responsibility and the right to be doing this kind of thing in the world? the american people want us doing this? >> the american people don't want us doing it. that's 100% clear. 75% clear. only one in four americans are believed that there should be a u.s. role engagement. but we're the lone superpower. we're -- when there's a -- if there is a humanitarian crisis but it's a humanitarian crisis and security concern. there's a lot of reasons to be involved in syria. it's been
MSNBC
Jun 18, 2013 2:30am PDT
moments, obama and vladimir putin are not the best of friends. >>> the fbi will be back on the hunt for jimmy hoffa after a tip that the missing teamsters boss was buried in a michigan field. of course, the tip came from a reputed move yeah captain. what are you going to do? how you doing? no, how you doin'? this is "way too early" on a tuesday. >>> so i've got to work on my moffia talk. my collar was a little tight so i went a little i don't know what on you. good morning, everybody. my name is brian shackman. his disappearance in 1975. as you well know, there have been multiple and false leads about where the body is buried. the latest tip came from a reputed moffia captain. they said they buried him on that property. we want to know what other mysteries would you like to see solved. send us a tweet using the hashtag way too buried. how did seinfeld eat all of that cereal without it going stale. >>> let's get to more serious stuff on tuesday. top story this morning, day two of the g-8 this morning. the talk is expected to hinge on trade, transparency and taxes. things got off to a
CBS
Jun 17, 2013 4:00am PDT
>>> president obama arrives in northern ireland for the g-8 summit where foreign policy and security issues are likely to top the agenda. >>> firefighters think they have a handle on the most destructive wildfire in colorado's history. >>> and for the first time in over 40 years, an englishman wins the u.s. open. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, june 17th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, the president is in northern ireland this morning for the start of the two-day g-8 summit. mr. obama arrived this morning for a meeting with seven other leaders of the world's top economic powers, but while the event is aimed at discussing world trade and what to do about the ailing economy, the two-year war in syria is expected to dominate. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. security is tight at the lakeside golf resort where this summit is being held. along with syria, another topic that might come up is some top-level eavesdropping among foreign diplomats
NBC
Jun 19, 2013 4:00am PDT
battle of the big men raged way into the night. >>> president obama returns to germany's brandenburg gate. his agenda inspect nuclear weapons. >>> the ama declares obesity a disease. and 18 mayors want to regulate how 47 million food stamp users use their assistance. >>> plus, an incredible tornado near denver international airport. >>> western wildfires continue to cause major problems, and america's newest singing sensation, the winner of "the voice." "early today" starts right now. display this is "early today" for wednesday, june 19th. >>> good morning, i'm mara betty winn. it was the clash of the titans last night as the miami heat won inover time during game six of the nba finals forcing game seven. before last night's matchup, both teams took shots at each other. san antonio fed these bush dogs. and lebron james released his new shoe, the stock liner reads 2-time champion. to the first, tony parker dishes to tim duncan for the monster slam. mike miller with the term posturize with this dunk. the spurs would lead by five at halftime. to the fourth we go, it's under 15 seconds left,
Univision
Jun 14, 2013 6:30pm PDT
obama está bajo fuerte presión para que ayude a los sirios, porque el regimen sirio ha usado armas químicas. >>> por el día del padr,e una hija le regala la vida a su papá, fue un proceso secreto y complicado, pero con final feliz, así comenzamos ♪. >>> este es su noticiero univisión con jorge ramos y maría elena salinas >>> muy buenas tardes, cómo parar al sheriff joe arpaio, sin la menor duda es de las figuras más odiadas por muchos en la comunidad latina por las redadas y por usar el perfil racial para sus arrestos, entonces ahora un juez le ordenará a joe arpaio qué puede y qué no puede hacer, tenemos los detalles a continuación >>> patricia rozas tiene muchas razones para encabezar la marcha. >>> queremos que se vaya, porque está sufriendo tanta gente. >>> hoy es la audiencia donde se analizará cómo el sheriff joe arpaio y sus agentes tienen que tratar a la gente. >>> el juez decidió que joe arpaio y su equipo han violado la constitución, entonces la corte tiene que buscar remedios para asegurarse que no siga pasando. >>> que se ocntrate a un monitor indepen
NBC
Jun 17, 2013 12:00am PDT
, president obama said this week he'll back the syrian rebels. how far, it's not clear. on the homefront, he defends the middle against charges from left and right that he's overreached on surveillance. is this the look of the second term? officer in charge. the day a president takes office he accepts the full-time duty to protect us. he learns what's out there. and the weapons he's got to keep us safe. is it any surprise that president barack obama became more hard-nosed, defending this country with whatever he's got? and finally, the new hillary. no longer will she sell herself as the former first lady who was close to the action. that was last time. this time, she's running as an american who for four years buttressed this country around the globe. it's her record in the world she'll offer, not her pafment as first lady or even as new york senator. hi, i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. and with us today, nbc's chuck todd. the bbc's katty kay. nbc's kelly o'donnell. and "the washington post's" david ignatius. first up, the president's decision to supply some weapons to syrian rebels
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2013 2:00am PDT
now on "first look" -- heat fans were leaving early, but the battler of the big man. president obama returns to german bradenburg gate. the world's nuclear weapons. >>> obesity a disease and mayors want to regulate how many 47 million food stamps users spend their assistance. >>> an incredible tornado near denver international airport and western wildfires continue to cause major problems. >>> good morning. it was a clash of the titans last night as the miami heat narrowly defeated the san antonio spurs in overtime, 103-100 during game six of the nba finals. forcing game seven. but before last night's matchup both teams took shots at one another, the san antonio zoo fed heat merchandise to these australian bush dogs. lebron james went one step further releasing a photo of his new shoe reading two-game. >>> tim duncan for the monster slam. two minutes later, leonard teaches the heat mike miller what the terms posterrize means. the spurs would lead by five at halftime. to the fourth with under 15 seconds left, lebron james attempts a three that clanks off the rim. but ray allen sinks a
ABC
Jun 19, 2013 6:00am PDT
>> kristen: happening now, president obama is getting ready for a speech in berlin, but he is not getting the reception he got five years ago. >> eric: bart is set to make a major announcement about police reforms following the shooting of oscar grant. >> and they are accepting for this woman. they say she fell asleep on the beach and then just vanished. good morning. i'm kristen sze. >> eric: i'm eric thomas. will the temperatures be warmer, as well? >> yes, they will. in fact, it's going to be a slight uptick in temperatures. we still have the low pressure coming in. that is bringing cooler conditions than normal, but it will start to normalize later this week. as we take a look at exploratorium cam. this will be a pretty cool start for the day, 54 degrees and mid 50s pretty much across the bay area. you can expect to see temperatures rising to about 78 degrees inland and into the mid-60s around the bay. i'll have more for you coming up in just a little bit. for now, what is happening in south bay. we have a lot to get to. slowing in many places and high wind advisories. breezy
FOX News
Jun 17, 2013 3:00pm PDT
agreement that something should be done to stop the killing, president obama and his rugs counterparts fundamentally disagree on what it might be. white house correspondent wendal goaler is traveling with the president. >> reporter: as a golf course, they gathered for a summit. the fighting in northern syria dominated their private conversation, between u.s. and russian leaders, there were common goals, but little meeting of the minds. >> we do have differing perspectives on the problem, but we share an interest in reducing the violence, securing chemical weapons, ensuring they're neither used nor subject to proliferation. >> reporter: british prime minister saying bashar al-assad has to go, vladimir putin vowed not to let the rebels replace him. >> translator: i believe one does not need to support the people that not only kill their enemies but open up their bodies, eat their intestines in front of the public gaze and cameras. >> reporter: in principle, all the g-8 leaders support peace talks. the rebels won't attend unless assad steps down. the u.s. and russia are threatening to rai
FOX News
Jun 14, 2013 11:00pm PDT
without grilling the heck out of him. >> why wouldn't he? are pa. >> president obama said he will let him come back free and clear and they would be more than willing to let him go. >> not sure if that was sarah palin, but welcome to the fox news channel. >> i would agree snoweden was a hero if you viewed america as something like east germany. a totalitarian state. he's definitely a hero. if that's how you think america is i don't think america is like that. >> or if you don't want america to be a totalitarian state. >> moving on, for bob. do you get tired of carrying the water for obama? that's from bradford m. >> i said this before many times, but i will repeat myself. some days, defending obama i feel like it's -- >> west of the dog show. do i get tired? is it. >> sure i do. there times when i just -- it gets very hard. >> then you have to take a sick day. >> he's my president and he's a democrat and i'm a partisan. >> at least you admit it. that's why bob is great. you have been consistent in everything you say since day one. you were against the patriot act under bush and ag
NBC
Jun 19, 2013 6:00am PDT
. >>> to berlin, large crowd is gathered. president obama taking the stage at any moment. wednesday, june 19th. this is "today in the bay." >>> almost 6:01. good morning. thank you as always for joining us. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. happening now, president obama in berlin, germany, renewing his call to reduce the world's nuclear stockpiles. the speech he's giving comes 50 years after kennedy's famous cold war spees in the one-divided city. earlier the president met with chancellor angela merkel and german officials, economic issues dominated the conversation. the nsa surveillance scandal has come up as well. merkel says the u.s. needs to clarify what information is being monitored but also says u.s. intelligence is key to preventing terror attacks. president obama addressed the surveillance scandal, acknowledging he had been skeptical of the previous administration's stance on surveillance. >> what i have been able to do is examine and scrub how our intelligence services are operating, and i'm confident that at this point we have struck the appropriate balance. >>
MSNBC
Jun 22, 2013 2:00am PDT
propaganda war for 2014 has begun. the man who wanted to destroy the obama presidency is out with the first big firebomb of misinformation about the irs problem. mitchell mcconnell who set his heart on limiting obama to a single term is now declaring that the -- well he's declaring there was a coordinated campaign there out of the white house to use the levers of government to target conservatives and stifle speech. this language is based on nothing. no evidence of any white house involvement with the actions over there at the irs. if there was, don't you think mr. mcconnell the senate leader would be dancing in the moonlight? if there were a scintilla of evidence ed evidence that he was involved would you believe that they wouldn't use it to nail the president into a political coffin right now? give me a break. a cheap charge you take when you're out of ammo and only thing you have to throw is your shoe. joy is here and john fury republican strategist joining us tonight. let's take a look right now. mcconnell spoke to conservatives at the american enterprise institute and his spe
MSNBC
Jun 23, 2013 4:00am PDT
propaganda war for 2014 has begun. the man who wanted to destroy the obama presidency is out there with the first big fire bomb of misinformation. it's about the irs problem. mitch mcconnell who said his heart publicly to limiting president obama to a single term is declaring that he -- well, he's declaring there was a coordinated campaign out there, out at the white house, to use the leather raj of the government to target conservatives and stifle speech. this language which sounds like a rico prosecution is based on nothing. there's no evidence of any white house involvement with the actions of the irs. if he was, don't you think, mr. mcconnell, the white house would be dancing in the moonlight? don't you? >> if there was, loose talk was involved, do you really believe the head of the republican party and the senate wouldn't be using it to nail the president into a political coffin right now? give me break. this is a cheap charge, the kind a politician makes when he has no political am moe and the only thing he has to throw on his side is his shoe. thank you for joining us tonight. le
FOX News
Jun 19, 2013 2:00pm PDT
implementing obama care. >> that face! you are so busted. >> i didn't know anybody was paying attention. >> i am looking at him. >> he was making a face at kimberly. >> i made one back. it was good. >> welcome to the most mature hour on television on cable news. what i was saying is that republicans under the big tent have a renewed vigor to, you know, i am looking at greg, wondering if he is making other comments. >> don't worry about him. >> what do you think about it? >> someone stopped me in the street, all the scandals, are they going to have effect on obama? no, they're not going to have effect on obama but they will have effect on the 2014 mid term elections, benghazi, irs, nsa, independently wouldn't have had much effect, aggregately, you know people are going to remind, all the political commercials in 2014, do you want more of this, more of the democrats, transparency obama promised didn't happen. it will guarantee the gop the house again and it will get seats for the gop in the senate. and really, that's kind of more important than winning the white house. >> oh, look at our
FOX News
Jun 20, 2013 11:00pm PDT
? we've got the list. but first, let's kick things off with a little bit of politics. president obama mired in scandal. but that's not stopping him. he's moving full speed ahead on immigration, climate change, and obama care is looming. the stock market's crashing, iran's still pursuing nukes, msnbc's ratings are in free fall, and what does the president think of the single biggest threat to america? ladies and gentlemen, the commander in chief. >> the efforts of small climate change requires bold action. this is the global threat of our time. and for the sake of future generations, our generation must move toward a global compact to confront a changing climate before it is too late. that is our job. that is our task. we have to get to work. >> the, quote, global threat of our time, climate change. >> if there was a symbol for catastrophe on the periodic table, it would be obama's face. because this climate change thing has become his -- you know how a child has a favorite blanket and it just gets dirtier and dirtier and it needs to be thrown out? andrea still has hers. it's time for
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 11:30am PDT
richard grinnell. john fox, "fox news watch" is on right now. president obama in berlin this week delivering a speech to a smaller crowd than the last time he was there. his trip to germany followed his attendance at the g-8 summit in northern ireland. and his bilateral meeting with russian president vladimir putin, well, the meeting, if you can read the body language in the photograph, was just a little bit chilly. the president out of the country avoiding some of the scandals and -- dropping poll numbers at a time when according to this fox news poll americans trust and confidence in government is very low. 63%. so this was the president, jim, who was going to reset -- hit the reset button on the relation was russia. did anybody in the media pick up on that? >> well, john cassidy of the new yorker, for example, pointed out the statement the g-8 issued -- conjunction with putin of russia was very bland and -- when it came to syria "the new york times" talked about the president's base, said he was a bad diplomat on the front page. it was tough week. it was capped by the bad news
CBS
Jun 18, 2013 4:00am PDT
meeting between president obama and russian president vladimir putin it was clear the two leaders have, as putin put it, opinions that do not coincide. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. that is putting it mildly. heading into day two of these talks, it's clear that these world leaders want a diplomatic solution but these two, president obama and president putin, could not be farther apart on which side should get military aid. the second and final day of the g-8 economic summit is under way this morning. but these images can best sum up the conference so far. president obama and russian president vladimir putin looking very uncomfortable following a two-hour meeting yesterday. >> they had a very candid and wide-ranging discussion. >> reporter: candid is a nice way of saying russia and the u.s. remain on opposing sides of the syrian civil war. the u.s. plans to arm rebel fighters in syria. russia supports syrian president bashar assad's government but both promise to push aside to attend a peace conference this summer. >> we wan
FOX News
Jun 23, 2013 12:30pm PDT
: president obama in berlin this week delivering a speech to a smaller crowd than the last time he was there. his trip to germany followed his attendance at the g-8 summit. his lie lateral meeting with vladimir putin, the meeting if you read the body language was a little bit chilly. president out of the country avoiding some of the scandals and dropping poll numbers at a time when according to this fox news poll, americans trust and confidence in government is very low, 63%. so this is a president who was going to hit the reset button on relations with russia? >> john cassidy new yorker, in conjunction with putin was very bland. when it dime syria, the "new york times" talked about the president's base saying he a bad diplomat. it was a tough week and capped by the speech in berlin last week. saw at difference from five years ago. >> jon: we have that reflected in a graphic. candidate obama in 2008, candidate obama filled up that space. hundreds of thousands of people. this time not so many. now, the white house says this is invited group. >> i know but not an enthusiastic one. that i
ABC
Jun 17, 2013 6:00pm EDT
line, attacking the obama administration, explaining his careful planning to flee to hong kong, and repeatedly invoking the idea he might be killed by the u.s. government. publishdian agreed to his leagues and this afternoon's explanation of his thinking. he said others have is documented anything should happen to him. all i can say right now, he said, is that the u.s. from is not going to be well to cover this up by jailing or murdering me. the truth is coming and it will not be stopped. a question came in and ask what he would say to others were in a position to leak classified information. he replied that this country is worth dying for. today sayingnes both the u.s. and u.k. spy on allies during high-level trade negotiations. and former vice president dick cheney had this to say about this noted on fox news. >> i think he is a traitor. >> and snowden wrote about dick cheney that being called a traitor by him is the highest honor you can give an american. in a preliminary document released to congress, the nsa claims dozens of terrorist plots have been averted -- terror plots hav
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